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Jul 30, 2010 22:23

"A Short Rest" has been nominated for round 2 of c2c_buffyawards. Thank you to whoever nominated this story! It's one of my personal faves: Xander, Giles, and Bilbo. With tea ( Read more... )

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seldomifever July 31 2010, 23:01:08 UTC
See, I read that Giles/Joyce piece and I didn't even get they were having that kind of sex. Were they? My favorite anal/het is probably Untouchable by 47_trek_47. Anal, voyeuristic, outdoorsy, talky sex = hawt!

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antennapedia August 1 2010, 00:08:12 UTC
That one's also high on my list for het anal. Also Giles/Joyce, also featuring Ripper, which is interesting. The rougher side of Giles? I'd love to read the stammering shy s2 Giles doing it with Jenny, just to overturn some stereotypes. Or more Giles/Buffy. There was one (definitely not written by me) written to the "a little bit seedy" prompt in the first anon kink meme.

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seldomifever August 1 2010, 00:44:55 UTC
Ooh and there's your post-series one that's also awesome. Definitely not enough het anal out there. Somebody oughta remedy that but quick. I would, but I'm very very shy. *bats eyes*

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antennapedia August 2 2010, 02:52:41 UTC
Yeah. Right. Cough.

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draconin August 1 2010, 02:50:22 UTC
I finally had the time to watch A Study in Pink with penne4m last night: a wonderful beginning and, I suspect, another one on my "must watch" list! The only hassle we had with it was that it took him so long to realise who the murderer was. I was going to put more here about that but it would be spoilery so I'll just say that we felt they made it a bit too obvious who it was; both of us had worked it out even before the scene in the diner (*loved* that BTW). We thought he was somehow being deliberately diverting in his questioning the guy from LA but no. Oh well. Loved it in every other way, particularly the snarky dialog and both Cumberbatch and Freeman's performances. And very well adapted to the modern setting.

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antennapedia August 2 2010, 03:02:05 UTC
It might be a little easier to guess because we all know the "A Study in Scarlet", and this one was pretty faithful. But yeah, they might have laid the clues on a little heavily.

We're watching the second one as I type this comment, and it's a ton of fun. A little more action-adventurey!

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